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The Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region

The Domaine de la Xavolière is ideally located to give you access to all the cultural and leisure activities available on the Côte d'Azur and its hinterland. The domain is less than 15 minutes from Grasse, 30 minutes from Cannes, 45 minutes from Nice and 80 minutes from Saint-Tropez.



The village is medieval and just three kilometres from the Domaine. It was the home to famous writers, and offers a unique panorama of the Côte d'Azur as well as interesting selection of restaurants.

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Host city of the annual Cannes Film Festival welcoming iconing movie stars from around the world, it is famous for the Promenade de la Croisette which runs along the beach and its luxury shops. 

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From the Promenade des Anglais along the sea and 7 km of uninterrupted beaches you will discover a colourful city, beautiful museums and an extraordinary old town with narrow streets between sun and shade.

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St Cézaire sur Siagne

This medieval village perched on a rocky outcrop is surrounded by wooded hills from which you can see the Maures and Esterel mountains. 

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Théoule sur mer

A peaceful seaside resort, Théoule offers stunning views of the sea from its coves and inlets with red rocks. The superb crenellated red stone castle, known as the "miners' castle", as well as the pretty marina are worth a visit.

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Charming historic village in the hinterland with pedestrian and beautiful flowery streets. A must-see is the market every Friday morning, the central square and its great choice of restaurants.

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The world capital of perfume, Grasse is an ancient city dating from the XIth century. You can discover the episcopal palace, the beautiful private mansions, the picturesque lanes and the international museum of perfume.


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St Paul de Vence

Typical Provencal village set high on a hill became famous thanks to the Maeght foundation. The beauty of nature and art is combined for the pleasure of the eyes. The Auberge de la Colombe, invented by Yves Montand and Simone Signoret, has become the meeting place for artists.



Seaside resort located between Cannes and Nice. Known for its lively old town surrounded by ramparts. Picasso stayed at the Grimaldi castle which has since become the Picasso museum.

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Another medieval village where it is good to walk around before experiencing all the sports activities available there: canyoning, climbing, hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, fishing, etc

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Saint -Tropez

The destiny of that fishing village changed when the actress Brigitte Bardot was revealed in the 1956 film ‘And God Created Woman’. The tiny and fine sandy beaches of La Ponche and Pampelonne are a must-see.

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Clinging on a cliff at an altitude of 750 metres, Gourdon is a charming medieval village overlooking the Gorges du Loup and the Côte d'Azur. Canyoning and paragliding are a must.

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